There’s subtly invoking Nazi ideology, and there’s giving a speech written by Joseph Goebbels over the strains of one of Hitler’s favorite operas.
From true believers like Leni Riefenstahl to more conflicted figures such as Walter Gropius, some modernist artists survived the Nazi regime. A new book reveals how they did it.
The Holocaust was the result of much more than anti-Semitism. Historian Gotz Aly argues that it had its roots in German insecurity and envy.
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Love letters and other writings by Nazi propaganda head Joseph Goebbels did not sell at a much-touted auction.
Creating a modern German police force at the dawn of the Weimar Republic was no easy task. It was even tougher for a Jew like Bernhard Weiss.
Last August, during President Obama’s visit to Martha’s Vineyard, a protest erupted over a T-shirt being sold at the SunStations shop in Oak Bluffs that portrayed Obama as Moe, Vice President Joe Biden as Larry, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as Curly. The caption read: “The REAL Stooges.”